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Football Hall of Famers, Part One

written by: shimonbentzvi
 
Some questions on the best of the best American football players.

Question 1:


He was a player, coach, and owner -all for one team. He was also instrumental in developing the NFL.
Red Grange
Wellington Mara
Pete Rozelle
George Halas

Question 2:


This college and pro great had a very strange nickname -"Crazy Legs. " His last name was Hirsch. What was his real first name ?
Lester
Elroy
Arnie
Cliff

Question 3:


Compton Junior College gave us this all-time great runner, who played fullback and was nicknamed "Joe the Jet. "
Perry
Battles
Neale
Sanders

Question 4:


His real name is Yelverton Abraham, and he played for San Francisco as well as the NY Giants. He attended LSU.
Tittle
Groza
Motley
Strong

Question 5:


This great sportsman was the first football player to be all-pro at defensive back one year and running back another.
Haynes
Thorpe
Gifford
Grange

Question 6:


This quarterback was cut by the Steelers and picked up by another team, played in high tops, and his teammates include Lenny Moore and Steve Myhra.
Johnny Unitas
Norm Van Brocklin
John Brodie
Terry Bradshaw

Question 7:


This great defensive end came from South Carolina State and played for the Rams. He is credited with inventing the "head slap" move.
Lamar Lundy
David Jones
Merlin Olsen
Rosy Grier

Question 8:


This great running back was once traded for eleven players. He had great speed and great moves, returned kicks, caught passes, and ran the ball.
Ollie Matson
Barry Sanders
Marcus Allen
Dick Lane

Question 9:


This great football player is known for catching the "immaculate reception ."
Lynn Swann
Franco Harris
John Stallworth
O.J. Simpson

Question 10:


Many of the greatest coaches, both pro and college, trace their learning to Miami University of Ohio and the teachings of this coaching great, who led Cleveland to many championships.
Don Shula
Woody Hayes
Weeb Ewbank
Paul Brown

 


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